Question about 1990 Honda CB 1
It sounds like it could be an air intake or carb problem. I would make sure the air filter is clean, and the air box is completely in place around the carbs. If that doesn't fix it, next time you ride, when it starts to cut out, choke it and see if it picks up. If so, you need to clean the carbs. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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